car rental in Orlando

Orlando (population: 240,000) is widely considered as the international capital for children, magic and pranks. Orlando is the home of Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Sea World, Gatorland, Hollywood Studios and various other attractions, which are all about having fun and a good time for the young and the young at heart.

Disney World is located about 17 miles southwest of Orlando, near Lake Buena Vista and that, in addition to modern traffic infrastructure, turns Orlando into a great car rental destination.

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driving a rental car in Orlando

There is no easier and cheaper way to visit Orlando's entertainment parks than by renting a car. The International Drive highway will help you get around easily, and allow you to get from the airport to the resorts and shopping centers near and around Disney World, with ease, speed and convenience.

Orlando International Airport (MCO) is located about seven miles southeast of the central business district. Ofran works with several car rental agencies (like "National," for example), which have offices in downtown Orlando and around Lake Buena Vista and Lake Kissimmee. Ofran offers a large selection of cars, minivans and minibuses, which allows you to make the best choice for your vacation. Costumer service is available 24 hours a day and will be happy to help you in Orlando or any other place in Florida and the U.S.

Interstate 4 (I-4) stretches from the city's south to Disney World and other parks. Alternatively, you could drive along the International Drive highway, which is a four-mile road with numerous restaurants, hotels, golf courses and shopping centers. If you are interested in driving to the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, take Route 408 and drive east via Route 528 (toll is required).

Planning to hit the road and travel around? Orlando is located in central Florida, which makes it an ideal starting/ending point for your trip. Miami is a four-hour drive south on Interstate 95 (I-95) and Tampa and St. Petersburg are a 90-minute drive west along Route 4. If you plan to travel outside of Florida, to Georgia and other southern states, the I-95 is your best choice